Owl Connections

As the school year rolls on different situations and questions arise.

As a result, our more frequently asked questions for each semester will be posted below. If you do not see a topic covered, please visit our I Want To Know page or feel free to e-mail us at parent@harford.edu.

Important Dates and Deadlines

  • Mar 13: Summer & Fall Registration Opens for Returning Students
  • Mar 14: Summer & Fall Registration Opens at 3:00 pm for New Students
  • Mar 26 - Apr 2: Spring Break, College Closed
  • Apr 2: Library Open
  • Apr 14: Spring 15-week Classes Withdrawal Deadline

Looking Ahead …

  • May 13: Spring Classes End
  • May 15: Payment deadline for Summer Semester
  • May 29: College Closed
  • May 30: Summer Semester Begins
  • June 22: Payment deadline for Fall Semester 

Financial Aid for 2017-2018 School Year

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) opened on October 1, 2016. It is important that you fill out the FAFSA as soon as possible to ensure that your student gets the maximum amount of aid that they are eligible to receive. The deadline for completing the FAFSA for Maryland State aid is March 1, 2017. Harford's school code is 002075. For more information or assistance, contact the Financial Aid Office.

Registration Information for the Summer and Fall Semesters

Registration for the Summer and Fall semester will open for new students on March 14th at 3:00 pm. Continuing students should contact their academic advisor to schedule an appointment. For more information, contact the Advising Department at 443.412.2301. If your student will be new to us in the summer or fall, they should stop by the Admissions Office for assistance with their first semester planning.

How can I get information on my student’s account?

Due to FERPA, the college is not allowed to give parents their student’s account and academic information. Encourage your student to fill out a Disclosure of Information Release Form and return to the Registration and Records Office. Once on file, this will allow the college to be able to communicate more effectively with parents.

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